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Safe high level inspection and maintenance 09 April 2010

In hazardous industries there is a good chance that pipes, pumps, valves and electrical equipment will be elevated and access will at best be awkward and often difficult. Working at height represents one of the most serious potential risks in the workplace and safety should always be a priority. Employers have a duty of care to their staff and have to provide the appropriate equipment to ensure inspection and maintenance can be carried out safely and efficiently....

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Choosing and using mobile access platforms 06 August 2009

The latest statistics from the HSE show that 58 people were killed as a result of falls from height during 2007/8. A further 3235 people suffered major injuries through similar accidents. This means that working at height continues to be the biggest cause of workplace deaths and one of the main causes of major injury....